Missionary Ventures International

Maitland, FL

Founded: 1983

Tel: (407) 859-7322

Website: http://www.mvi.org

Top LeaderMr. William Snell Jr.

Donor Contact: Mrs. Cynthia Williams

Member Since: July 22, 2004


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $6,476,105
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $-465,077
   Total Revenue $6,011,028
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $6,067,994
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-56,966
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-56,966
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Total Assets $3,154,973
Total Liabilities $375,684
Net Assets $2,779,289
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Missionary Ventures International, Inc. (MVI) exists to serve and support the indigenous church. The objectives are to bring an awareness that leads to action among Christians as to the plight of the lost and hurting world; to create, develop, coordinate and administrate personal involvement in missions; and to provide accountable means of managing and administrating designated support to the mission field. MVI facilitates the development of responsible, indigenous Christian leadership by establishing and expanding Bible schools and leadership training conferences. MVI assists Christian leaders and churches in planting churches in unreached areas and establishing feeding centers, orphanages, schools, and medical clinics.

Did you know that some children are not able to go to school because they cannot afford the tuition or appropriate clothes? In many areas, schools don't even exist. Some of the schools are running on double sessions, maximizing the facilities. Many classes are without books in one or more subjects. Missionary Ventures builds and supports Christian schools in Central America. We invite you to consider giving a one time gift or begin monthly sponsorship for schools.
Children are the future of their communities. Feeding Centers are set up in local churches, administered by the pastor, run by church members and supported through your sponsorship. Three hundred dollars a month enables the church to feed three hot, nutritious meals a week to fifty or more starving children in their community. After the meal, the children hear about Jesus. Returning to their tin and cardboard homes, they have learned the good news of Jesus.
You can help an indigenous pastor reach out to his own hurting people with the love and message of Christ. Indigenous pastors need so little to get started. Sponsorship of a pastor is one of the best investments one can make in missions. Missionary Ventures' missionaries identify indigenous pastors and leaders whom God has called. They have seen the fruit of the pastors' work first-hand. The indigenous Christian leader is then financially sponsored for one year.
We would pay six dollars for one value meal. Consider spending six dollars to purchase enough seeds to plant a whole acre of land. This would provide black beans, peanuts, corn, etc. for a hungry community.
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